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Could somebody identify these pills?

- Mon, 19 Aug 2019 14:56:22 EST +/uXjRYj No.132620
File: 1566240982866.jpg -(2129458B / 2.03MB, 2976x3968) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Could somebody identify these pills?
Found them, no clue what they are. Pills have nothing printed or written on them. Not sure if this is the right place to post this so sorry in advance.
Cornelius Fuckingfield - Mon, 19 Aug 2019 14:57:39 EST +/uXjRYj No.132621 Reply
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Shit Noffinghitch - Mon, 19 Aug 2019 17:50:58 EST WnoKTsVE No.132622 Reply
Well, my guess is that it's something not very dangerous nor psychoactive, since there is nothing written on it.
Cedric Bivingfoot - Tue, 20 Aug 2019 10:54:21 EST Kgh4suI9 No.132624 Reply
If it's in IU and there's no debossing, perhaps it's calcium.
Dextrolord - Thu, 22 Aug 2019 12:40:25 EST nTc2zKud No.132630 Reply
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It could be anything my man. I used to get sample packs of alprazolam from someone who workes in a hospital and that shit came in big blister packs and there was no writing or scoring or nothing. Just circular tablets. But it was cheap as fuck so I took em as a gamble the first time on his word and they really were alprazolam. They should be, but not every pill is clearly marked...
Caroline Goodridge - Fri, 15 Nov 2019 01:02:23 EST b1i2VEdt No.132922 Reply
Affording to my Googling it's "Highcal-2000I.U - Calcium Carbonate, Vitamin B12 with Cholecalciferol Tablets"

It's vitamin b12
Albert Pushkudge - Sat, 16 Nov 2019 08:09:13 EST X2OopZU1 No.132924 Reply
> there was no writing or scoring or nothing. Just circular tablets.
Those pills weren't alprazolam.
Isabella Chezzletire - Sat, 16 Nov 2019 13:58:18 EST AyyVEol/ No.132926 Reply
those were clonazepam wafers made for sublingual use
Dextrolord - Sat, 16 Nov 2019 20:38:20 EST 9si8Xkbf No.132930 Reply
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Well I didnt test them or anything but I know they got me benzed in a way similar enough to alp that I believed they were and that they were unmarked circles in a foil package in a box that said alprazolam sample and some other shit
Fuck Smallhood - Tue, 17 Dec 2019 19:21:24 EST dS2JTZL/ No.133004 Reply
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Just some basic assumptions: 1. Clandestine chemists dont print manufacturing info on their blister packets (or really use blister packets). Therefore these are not street drugs 2. Considering these where not made by a clandestine chemist it means they where manufactured by a legitimate company therefore they are FDA (or similarly approved) so are both pure and safe at atleast the dose of one pill 3. You dont have any serious underlying medical problems that would stop you taking drugs that would get you high 4.you want to get high 5. It would be safe to take a pill based on only what you can tell from the packet. Q.E.D
Phoebe Dartham - Fri, 03 Jan 2020 21:27:33 EST 2gV3LlZg No.133030 Reply

  1. Clandestine chemists do use blister packets and they do print things onto the packets to imitate a batch number, they do use blister packets and as a matter of fact some own machines that can make several hundred an hour.

2. Anyone can make these packages, anyone, it's a empty blister pack with the right size to fit the capsule and a heat sealer and a ink stamp. You can factory seal these things with a fucking clothing iron.

It's like saying cause something is pressed in a pill it means it's an FDA or similar approved shit but that is not the case, anyone can buy these things. Anyone can press pills and make their own blister packets. Don't think something is legit just cause of it's packaging. That's an easy way to get sold a R.C as a supplement.

Also dipshits it's a pill of Vitamin D2 or Vitamin D3

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